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Learn about bear spray and more at "Be Bear Aware" exhibit

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Sgt. Ted Jackson crouches as a black bear, runs at him on Monday, June 6, 2011, near Port Orcahrd, Wash.   Fish and Wildlife officers and Washington State Patrol were trying to capture the bear. (Brynn Grimley / Kitsap Sun)
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Sgt. Ted Jackson crouches as a black bear, runs at him on Monday, June 6, 2011, near Port Orcahrd, Wash. Fish and Wildlife officers and Washington State Patrol were trying to capture the bear. (Brynn Grimley / Kitsap Sun)

WILDLIFE — A “Be Bear Aware” educational trailer – and a chance to be trained on using bear spray – will be open Monday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department office, 2315 N. Discovery Pl. in Spokane Valley.




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